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Former Mayo Patient 'Breaking Bread' From Coast to Coast In the Name of Helping Others

May 21, 2019

Former Mayo Patient ‘Breaking Bread’ From Coast to Coast In the Name of Helping Others

By In the Loop intheloop

Despite having a leg amputated as a result of an injury in Afghanistan, Army Special Forces member Jarrid Collins is determined to live life on his own terms, which means connecting with and serving others.

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Tags: Amputation, Mayo Clinic in Arizona, surgery


April 7, 2016

Vascular Surgeon a Cut Above

By In the Loop intheloop

During a break from a busy day in the operating room, colleagues nabbed Peter Gloviczki, M.D., for a quick photo op. It was a moment surely worth capturing. Dr. Gloviczki reached a milestone few others have when he completed his 10,000th surgical procedure since joining the staff of Mayo Clinic. Jennifer Ohm, a surgical nurse […]

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Tags: Dr Arman Arghami, Dr Peter Gloviczki, surgery


February 6, 2014

Team Lola

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Most 13-year-old girls wouldn’t see having a scar down the middle of their chest as, well, cool. Lola Montilla, however, is not most 13-year-old girls. When she sees the scar left from surgery to repair the heart defect she was born with, she says it’s a reminder that what doesn’t kill us makes us stronger. […]

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Tags: Ebstein's anomaly, Joseph Dearani, surgery


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